Andre Leal

Rookie (May 02,1969 / Havana, Cuba)

Beware Of The Enemy - Poem by Andre Leal

We find ourselves surrounded at times by what we believe to be our so call friends;
Friends that feed of our joy and take things that we care for;
Like a thief who is heartless, not thinking of our feelings just turning their back to us when we need them the most instead;

Wherever we go, no matter what we do, always watch your back don’t ever forget the armor of God to help you and protect;
We are taught not to trust, so our sword we must not lay, our defenses we must always have high and ready just in case;

Ignorance is our worst enemy, beware of those who’s smiles are fake wishing you never find your way.
Beware of phony people sharing laughter with others like snakes, waiting to see you down so they can strike and poison you with their hate;

Can’t say I didn’t warn you, their hearts is not genuine and neither is their friendship; Their heart is not pure as your is today;
Don’t believe for a minute that they will share with you their pain but instead spread fear out like roots of endless pain;

Lend me your ear and remember my words dear friend, those who treat you fake will some day reap in return the same fate;
They will run into misfortune, you will see them someday asking to help them, to lend them a helping hand;
Do what any good friend would do and stretch your hand, remember that God Almighty is Good;

Just Beware of the Enemy and forget the rest.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 18, 2008


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